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Greenpeace: French, Belgian nuclear plants vulnerable to attack
International experts warned on Tuesday about security shortcomings at French and Belgian nuclear plants that make them vulnerable to attack, in a report commissioned by the Greenpeace group.
UK fire fears continue as 60 high-rises deemed unsafe
The fallout from London's devastating tower block blaze continued on Sunday with the government announcing 60 high-rises have failed safety tests, as an insurance body said they had warned officials of the fire risks.
Four-fifths of China's well  water unsafe
More than 80 percent of China’s underground water drawn from relatively shallow wells used by farms, factories and mostly rural households is unsafe for drinking because of pollution, a government report says.
Most Tanzanians rely on unsafe water
Only one in three people in Tanzania have access to piped water despite government efforts to improve water supplies with most of the population still relying on unsafe water that brings the risk of disease, according to a study. Two years after a government initiative to try to ensure better water supplies, a survey by a local governance think-tank, Twaweza, found most Tanzanians, of 64 percent, still draw water from unsafe sources such as wells and surface water.
Unsafe conditions killing new mothers, newborns
A paper published in PLOS Medicine argues that despite improvements in health care, new mothers and newborns are still dying because a reliable supply of safe water, good hygiene practice and adequate toilets are often not present.
Up to 200 GP surgeries warned of closure over ‘unsafe’ care
Britain’s chief inspector of family doctors has warned that up to 200 general practitioner (GP) surgeries face closure or may be targeted by special measures following the provision of dangerous care to thousands of patients.

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